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. they are ridiculously expensive but good video here. >>> coming up, we are giving you an invade look at jodi arias' jail cell and the strange magazine she has been reading there. >>> plus, in nebraska, a cold case teen joins the investigation into a mysterious set of murders of am crayton university professor and his wife. woman: everyone in the nicu -- all the nurses wanted to watch him when he was there 118 days. everything that you thought was important to you changes in light of having a child that needs you every moment. i wouldn't trade him for the world. who matters most to you says the most about you. at massmutual we're owned by our policyowners, and they matter most to us. if you're caring for a child with special needs, our innovative special care program offers strategies that can help. >>> it's half passed the hour. good morning, everybody. i am poppy harlow. >> i am victor blackwell. here are five stories we are watching this morning. number one, the commuter train in connecticut. investigators should be on site this morning to try to determine what caused the train to jump the tracks and
finds jodi arias eligible for the death penalty in the gruesome murder of her ex-boyfriend. will she get life or will she get death? >> good morning, everyone, welcome to "early start." a lot of news when you were sleeping. >> may 16th, 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> we begin with breaking news this morning. dangerous deadly storms overnight killing at least six people. and right now, the search is on for 14 people who are missing and the fear that the death toll could go up. terrifying funnel clouds bearing down the hardest hit area is granbury, texas. six people were killed in a habitat for humanity neighborhood. most of the 120 homes there were destroyed, more than 100 others are injured. victor blackwell live in granbury for us. what is the latest there? >> there is a rescue task force coming in from dallas now to search for these 14 unaccounted for people. we're told that the six people that you mentioned who were killed, two of them were found so far from homes that they're now expanding the search area. not just to the central area of an area called rancho brazos, but also to pastures
. o.j. simpson taking the stand fighting to get out of jail. jodi arias battling for her life. dan and nancy weigh in on both live. >>> look at this. a stroller tumbles on to the subway track. a toddler strapped inside and the mother races right after it. a dramatic rescue moments before the train came. everybody is okay. now we'll hear from one of the rescuers. >>> a good thursday morning, everyone. we'll get right to those deadly tornadoes that swooped through texas leaving so much destruction behind overnight. >> a huge twister and look at this, as well. baseball-sized hail from the storms. dozens of homes damaged. right to sam tracking all the latest. sam? >> yeah, it was a tough night. this is what it looked like. these storms were terribly violent, 80-mile-an-hour wind, four inch hail, three tornados popped out of those storms that and the watches and warnings started 6:00 p.m. imagine how frightening it was at 8:00 p.m. when it moved through two neighborhoods and our steve osunsami is right in the middle of texas, just about an hour west of dallas. good morning, steve. >> re
it was a very, very emotional week in the jodi arias trial. the jury found she was exceptionally cruel when she killed her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander. that opens the door for her for the death penalty. as jurors weigh that option, they heard from alexander's siblings. cnn's casey winan was there. >> his killer, an emotional jodi arias sat and watch, he told jurors about the unanswered questions that haunt him to this day. >> how much did he suffer? how much did he scream? what was he saying? what was the last thing he saw before his eyes closed. what was his final thought in his head? >> next, sister, samantha alexander approached the podium crying even before she spoke. >> travis was our strength. our constant beacon of hope. our motivation. his presence has been ripped from our lives. >> defense witnesses are expected to speak about several mitigating factors that could spare arias' life, including a lack of a criminal past and her talent is as an artist. >> this is a girl right here that you pledged when you were selected as jurors that after hearing or after possibly convicting her firs
's drum. tide washing machine cleaner. >>> convicted killer, jodi arias, back in a phoenix prison this morning. she was on suicide watch. >> the jury will begin deliberating tomorrow whether she should be sentenced to death. in the meantime, a rare look at arias before her sentence. >> reporter: abc's "20/20" shot this interview with the notoriously vain femme fatal, arrested in 2008, just after she flashed this smile in her mug shot. jodi arias as smug and confident as ever. >> all of the evidence to me is very compelling. but none of it proves that i committed a murder. >> reporter: we now know her confidence was sadly misplaced. >> first-degree murder, guilty. >> reporter: last week an arizona jury found her guilty of premeditated murder of her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander, whom back then she spoke of in glowing terms. >> travis was well loved and known. by a lot of people. >> reporter: she insists alexander abused her and she was forced to shoot and repeatedly stab him in self-defense. but back in 2008 she was still insisting she knew nothing about what happened to her ex. >
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kind of medical emergency. at least 50 people were hurt there. >>> and jodi arias will be back in court tomorrow. a jury will be deciding whether she lives or dies. arias was convicted earlier this month of first-degree murder in the killing of her ex-boyfriend travis alexander. arias shot, slashed and stabbed alexander at least 25 times. >>> talk of scandals continues to dominate washington, but does the country really care? straight to the war room. democratic strategist chris, worked on john edwards presidential campaigns and republican strategist matt, shlap, priolitical director for george w. bush. >> great to be with you. >> former secretary of defense talked about benghazi saying the president simply can't lead. >> you think of a manager, a leader. when something like that happens, you call people in. you sit them down, and you let them know that you intend to find ground truth fast. and he seems not to have done that. >> what do you make of secretary rumsfeld's take there? chris? >> i'm not sure i can say on tv what i really think. >> it's cable on a sunday afternoon. you can sa
will then be turned into wetlands to lessen future flooding. >>. >> the jodi arias death penalty hearing in arizona is delayed until monday. highly emotional testimony brought arias and the victim's family to tears on thursday. last week, arias was found guilty of murdering her one-time boyfriend, travis alexander, back in 2008. there is no word on why the testimony is delaid. >>> a builder says he had permission to tear apart an ancient mayan pyramid in belize. the bulldozing sparked worldwide outrage when the devastation of the 2,300-year-old ruins came to light. the work has since stopped. but the company crushing the historic stones say it was given permission by the landowner to extract the material. >>> a mountain lion is safe and so are the residents of santa cruz, california. wildlife officials tranquilized the big cat after it was seen wandering out of the big mountains and into one of the busiest intersections in town. quite a sight there. >>> and another wild animal getting way too close for comfort. watch what happens when an alaskan grizzly bear decides to make filmmaker joe the snack
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